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Daughters of an Emerald Dusk

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Publisher Comments:

“Do I sense the writing of a third book in this wonderful series? I sure hope so!”—She magazine on Daughters of an Amber Noon

Late in the twenty-second century, 4,000 women escape the tyranny of a male-dominated Earth and colonize the planet of Maternas. Katherine V. Forrest’s influential 1984 novel, Daughters of a Coral Dawn, told the story of this exodus. Her 2000 novel, Daughters of an Amber Noon, told the story of the women left behind on Earth. Now she returns to Maternas at last. Fifty years have passed, and the first generation born on Maternas has reached maturity. But their vision of a perfect world is very different from the vision of the founders of the Maternas colony.

Katherine V. Forrest is the author of 15 novels, including the Daughters trilogy, the Kate Delafield mysteries and the romantic classic Curious Wine. She lives in San Francisco.

Synopsis:

The thrilling conclusion to Katherine V. Forrest's groundbreaking science fiction trilogy.

Synopsis:

Fifty years after 4,000 women escaped the the tyranny of a male-dominated Earth and colonized a new planet, the first generation born on Maternas has reached maturity. But their vision of a perfect world is very different from the vision of the founders.

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Late in the 22nd century, 4,000 women escape the tyranny of a male-dominated Earth and colonize the planet of Maternas. Katherine V. Forrest's influential 1984 novel, Daughters of the Coral Dawn, told the story of this exodus. Her 2000 novel, Daughters of an Amber Noon, told the story of the women left behind on Earth. Now she returns to Maternas at last. Fifty years have passed, and the first generation born on Maternas has reached maturity. But their vision of a perfect world is very different from the vision of the founders of the Maternas Colony.

About the Author

Katherine V. Forrest is twice winner of the Lambda Literary Award for best mystery, and has been recently honored with the Pioneer Award from the Lambda Literary Foundation.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781555838232
Author:
Forrest, Katherine
Publisher:
Alyson Books
Author:
Forrest, Katherine V.
Subject:
Lesbian
Subject:
Science / General
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Trade Paper
Publication Date:
April 2005
Binding:
Paperback
Grade Level:
General/trade
Language:
English
Pages:
224
Dimensions:
8.50x5.40x.47 in. .43 lbs.

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The thrilling conclusion to Katherine V. Forrest's groundbreaking science fiction trilogy.

"Synopsis" by , Fifty years after 4,000 women escaped the the tyranny of a male-dominated Earth and colonized a new planet, the first generation born on Maternas has reached maturity. But their vision of a perfect world is very different from the vision of the founders.
"Synopsis" by , Late in the 22nd century, 4,000 women escape the tyranny of a male-dominated Earth and colonize the planet of Maternas. Katherine V. Forrest's influential 1984 novel, Daughters of the Coral Dawn, told the story of this exodus. Her 2000 novel, Daughters of an Amber Noon, told the story of the women left behind on Earth. Now she returns to Maternas at last. Fifty years have passed, and the first generation born on Maternas has reached maturity. But their vision of a perfect world is very different from the vision of the founders of the Maternas Colony.
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